Employment and Training

Services

 

The Wabun Training and Employment Services is a department within the Wabun Development Corporation which started operations on April 1st, 2005.

 

Previously, employment and training services were provided by Mamo-Wichi-Hetiwin Employment and Training, referred to as one of fifteen Aboriginal Area Management Boards under the previous Pathways process. Wabun Training & Employment operates under the Aboriginal Skills and Employment and Training Agreement. Wabun is a federally incorporated non-profit organization and its primary mandate is to provide advisory services to the council’s six First Nations. The Training and Employment Services (TES) department of the council is responsible for the delivery of funds and programs to its six member First Nations.

First Nations Serviced:

Chapleau Ojibway, Brunswick House, Flying Post, Matachewan, Mattagami and Wahgoshig
Mamo-Nuskomitowin Agreement

The Mamo-Nuskomitowin Steering Committee (MNSC) was established in October of 1998 to address the development and implementation of an agreement with Human Resources Development Canada, which is now known as Employment and Social Development Canada (ESDC) upon the federal government’s announcement of the Aboriginal Human Resources Development Strategy.

Learn More on the Mamo-Nuskomitowin Agreement

Employment and Training Services

Contact Information

Janet McKay, WTES Coordinator

313 Railway Street, Timmins, Ontario  P4N 2P4

 

Toll Free 1-800-461-5623
Phone: (705) 268-9066 ext. 224
Fax: (705) 268-8554

Email

WTES is a federally funded program which was designed to expand the employment opportunities of Aboriginal people across Canada.